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with the kardashians" -- >> indianapolis, we love you! >> oh, my gosh! >> you have a better looking vagina than i thought. skbl >> what? >> do you get any extra tickets for playoff games? >> do you guys like dogs over meat. >> so i can teach you to swim? >> yeah. >> it's just funny to see a point guard who can't swim. >> you are the only single one. >> yeah. >> okay. ♪ don't worry about the future >> this is kim's new bodyguard. >> someone wanted to get with you. >> he plays football. >> i don't want to date another football player. >> who cares? >> miles austin. >> it was the best kiss ever, you guys. >> are you still with scott? >> what about your sense of working on the relationship? >> i need to be cautious. i don't want to just let him back in the house. >> my wish would be to get the hell away from her family. >> so kourt, are you moving to new york? >> she's going to leave us. >> if we're together, you don't text other [ bleep ] whores. >> this feels really good. >> you're hitting on him as much as he's hitting on you. >> that's going way too far. >> i don't want my wife fooling around w
in daytona and indianapolis. the road is rough and the spectators aren't behind massive steel fences. so our josh levs takes a look at the track and the rules. >> let's take a look at the map behind me. i want to show you something here. i want you all to see where this is taking place in the united states, so let's zoom right in. we're going to california here. where we're going to go, it's east of l.a., east of san bernardino. we're going to go to this area where it takes place, soggy dry lake. that area is 50 miles long and they go around four times. what we're hearing about this, the "l.a. times" describes this as a mecca for off-road racing. you can see by the terrain why it's so popular. there are lots of races that take place through this area throughout the year. let's get to some of the video. these are written rules. you can see them for yourself on the website. look at what some of them say. first of all, they say do not spectate within 100 feet of the course. looking at what we're seeing here, it looks like people are way, way within that. exactly how many people are considered,
for monday. you will be dropping down 16 degrees in kansas city. 12 in indianapolis. 8 in cincinnati. 6 in little rock. look at that. 10 degrees cooler than you were in oklahoma city. it is going to help a lot. we have heat today across parts of the west. feeling like the triple digits for you in seattle and portland. and we are also watching the tropics. believe it or no. remember tv number 5? >> i do. >> trying to make a comeback. diving southward towards the gulf of mexico. i will have more details on this coming up in a half hour. >> that's a huge concern considering they are trying to kill this -- >> relief well operations. it could be impacting that. >> jacqui, we will check back in with you in a second. let's check the top stories. a massachusetts man in prison for alleged attacks tied to the popular website craigslist. he was found dead in his prison cell. police believe that he committed suicide. philip markoff is charged with shooting a woman healingly met on craigslist. >>> u.s. marshals are focusing on canada if the search for a fugitive inmate from arizona. john mccluskey w
in the united states of america. it makes no sense to me in indianapolis where the same report reported that 19% of the african-american boys graduated from high school, that that school system is allowed to exist and people are allowed to be employed by that. when we look in the new england states, a state like maine, where you have 70 or 80% of the african males graduated. what we're seeing around the country is that there are successful models where they can graduate african-american males in the same cities where they can't. when the only option that the parents are is a horrible, failing school system, then you can put all of the work you want in, at the back end, 47% of the african-american males graduates, i bet some 50% of those are reading four or five grade levels behind. >> back to that, the program that they haufr in new jersey, these free preschool classes, and the fact that it's full time and they start early on, and they have a curriculum. what is happening there that's contributing to the successful graduation rates? >> new jersey schools as a state -- new jersey's public school
. both of these industries have been crushed. indianapolis, the most affordable big city in america and has been that way actually for a few years. detroit, you know the story there. people have been leaving. people have been foreclosed on, so the price of a home there is a good deal. and, of course, buffalo new york. of that's been going on for some time. buffalo saw its hey day around the war and that time. and hasn't really had a growth in its industry since then. buffalo, by the way, has some lovely old houses, because back when it was booming, they just built really beautiful houses there. detroit has a fantastic airport and good highways and great restaurants. so if you have some reason to be there, you're going to get the best deal you can get on a house in some of those areas. but you will notice they are all concentrated in that area. go to cnnmoney.com, and they'll show you the list of the top most affordable places and least affordable places. my old home in new york tops the least affordable places to live in the united states. you want more on money >>> speaking of "you
you live. i want to go through a low-cost is city, des moines, iowa, indianapolis. if you have $100,000 a year to live on in those cities, you're considered rich so what does it take to $100,000 a year and not have to work? well, if you want to retire at 35, wouldn't that be nice, you're going to need $4 million. but if you can wait it out until you're 65, $2 million. but ali, speaking to you from new york city where you used to live, you know how expensive it is and unless you're a new yorker or someone who lives in l.a. or san francisco, what the experts say is you're going to need about $300,000 a year to live on to become comfortable. what does that mean? it means the ability to pay your taxes, a $3,800 a month apartment, pretty pricey, and $12,000 a month to live on, and the way you get that, ali, is by saving up $12 million by the time you are 35, which we know you have done, ali, even though you're not 35 yet, and then you can live on that. that's rich here in new york. >> now, so the issue here, of course -- it all comes back to politics and what we're talking about. because
of been in decline since world war ii. detroit, we know the story. indianapol indianapolis, interesting, the most affordable big city in the united states. so that's -- the issue here is that if you have to go to these places with something to do. you can't just show up there. >> opportunities. >> these are all high unemployment places, largely. youngstown, ohio, another one. the home for steel. >> right. >> no steel mills there anymore. and auto plants. no auto plants. >> exactly. so the other points here is that you've got to have opportunity, as you just mentioned. but you also have to kind of a financial portfolio. >> yes. >> if you're going to get one of these homes. >> they're not giving mortgages away anymore. so you have to have -- you still have to have clean credit. you have to have a down payment. and in some cases they want 20 to 30% down payment. so, yeah, you can still get loans with 5% down. but generally speaking, people are going to want to know that you've got that kind of credit. but if you think there's opportunity for you in some of these places and i point to detro
. the indianapolis man who built it says it leads to a lot of -- that's awesome, dude, comments from 6-year-olds. plus, look, it makes for a terrific random moment of the day. keller graduate school of management, you'll have a professor with you every step of the way. whether you take classes on campus, online, or both, you get the same attention, the same curriculum, and the same quality. 85 locations nationwide and online. discover how to grow the business of you... at keller.edu. >>> and getting back to our lead story, the racial rant of conservative radio host laura schlesinger, she used the "n" word 11 times while talking with an african-american who called to complain about her husband's racist-sounding friends. >> how about the "n" word? >> black guys use it all the time. turn on hbo. listen to a black comic and all you hear is [ bleep ]. i don't get it. if anybody without enough medical anyone says it's a horrible thing, but when black people say it, it's a affectionate. it's very confusing. >> i can't believe someone like you is on the radio sprug out the [ bleep ]. >> i didn't sp
can call it that, of a man in indianapolis. his friends said -- look at it go! that's going to get to you school pretty quickly. why would he do this, you ask? that's the question that's going through your mine right now. well, he says, fis, because it's pretty cool. but it will teaches kids a lesson. that jets are hot -- the bus is, too. drugs are not. >> jets are hot and they should drive that way? i don't know. >> that's pretty funny to watch a school bus going that quickly. >> it's pretty cool. >>> same-sex couples in california five days away from being able to marry again. the opposition has just enough time to appeal. >>> that story coming up, and don't just skim through your friend's pictures on facebook. find out how can you actually use the popular social network to visit that friend in person. ten minutes after the hour. >>> come canning up on 13 minutes after the hour on this friday, the 13th. five days interest now, same-sex couples in california could be tying knot again. celebrations erupted yesterday after a federal judge announced the state's ban on day marriage ca
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